tv News 19 Noon CBS January 28, 2016 12:00pm-12:30pm EST
good thursday afternoon, and thank you for joining us on news 19 at noon, and i am darci strickland . we start off talking about your forecast, and we have details on how much longer we will see this rain. we have had a brief pause in the central midlands, but more rain coming in from augusta, some pockets of moderate showers, but overall light shower the midlands all through the morning, continuing with the rain. at the airport or the 7 degrees and cloudy skies. light wind out of the east at 3 miles an hour. we will continue with rain, and
morning at 50 degrees. as this rain continues, 47 for the afternoon, clearing skies overnight, 35 degrees, and windy conditions. 49 degrees, but wait till you see the weekend weather. your forecast coming up. the department of transportation is proposing eight $725 million plan to widen i-26. this is $480 million to widen the interstate in charleston and north charleston, and they plan on widening between richland and newberry county, and they hope to cover 80 to 90% of the cost. this could take six years for the design, planning and construction. resident in richland county can expect to see more construction on the roads this year, according to the new
expecting to complete more than one dozen projects. since the beginning of the program, $127 million in sales tax collected to complete these projects around the county. $31 million went to construction last year, and the green streak is expected to be completed and the next few months. a tire plant opening in spartanburg county, unveiling the $50 million plant, making tires for agriculture and forestry industry. 52 employees are at the spartanburg plant, and they expect to add 100 more workers by 2018. a poor water advisory issued in west columbia, the waterline break affecting the customers in the 1300 block of alpine drive, and residents are urged to boil their water for at least one minute before
looking for a trio of shoplifting suspects, stealing $1000 of merchandise around 1 pm last friday, and these images are from the surveillance cameras in the store. if you know who these people are, you are asked to contact the crime stoppers. there is word out of charleston county, 600 people will be summoned to court in the dylann roof trial as potential jurors, he can best -- he confessed to killing nine people at the church in june, and some will be excluded from hearing the trial. and they must complete the questionnaire, and they will report back to the downtown charleston center beginning on july 11 for another courtroom procedure.
possible bias and lack of experience. they will get the list down to 12 jurors and alternates, and the main trial will begin. the teenager known for his affluenza defense has been put on a plane to texas after a month-long stay in mexico. the immigration authorities put ethan couch aboard a commercial flight home, he and his mother fled texas when there were questions of whether he violated his ovation in a fatal drunk driving case. they claimed that a pampered upbringing left him without a sense of responsibility. time is running out for the presidential candidates to make their appeals to voters in iowa, the last appeal and the last debate for the caucus, and most of the candidates will be there, and we will explain my donald trump says he will not
stroke -->> reporter: donald trump says that megyn kelly was unfair to him when she moderated the last fox news debate, so he will not appear.>> we don't talk about that, i refuse to talk about that.>> reporter: nearly 40% of the i won's -- iowans, they say they could change their mind by monday. instead of debating, donald trump will be here at the drake university, holding his own event, part rally in part fundraiser for the veterans group. bernie sanders called out hillary clinton and her ties to wall street. >> my opponent is not in iowa tonight. she is raising money from a philadelphia in verse mid term
hillary had bill clinton campaigning for her. >> she is the only one qualified with knowledge on economic, social and political issues.>> reporter: they are banking on the get out and vote efforts to hang onto their lead. gabby giffords, the former congresswoman that was shot in injured in 2011 will campaign for clinton in iowa. clinton complains -- says that she is a better gun control policy than bernie sanders. clayton has 60%, and sanders has 38%, no numbers were listed to support martin o'malley or willie wilson. president barack obama is creating a new federal task force to accelerate the cancer research. he signed a memo this morning establishing the white house
president joe biden will chair the effort. the pentagon, fda and national inch to for health are among one of the dozen agencies involved in this effort. nasa is holding a day of remembrance to commemorate the crews of apollo 1, challenger and columbia, along with all of those that lost their lives while furthering the cause of exploration and discovery. the challenger exploded 30 years ago today, killing all seven astronauts aboard, including ron mcnair, and the families and friends of those lost will gather today with nasa to mark the university -- anniversary. they have connected three more people to the armed operation in the federal live -- wildlife refuge in the remote oregon area.
his attorney as calling on his followers to play stand down and to go home. saying that the zika virus its splitting -- spreading explosively, they have announced an emergency meeting on monday, and they suspect this virus for birth defects in central and south america, and u. s. health officials are taking precautions, but they do not believe we will have a major outbreak here. four people have tested positive for the virus in new york state after returning from abroad. investigating a mysterious illness on the transatlantic airliner, six people became sick on the flight from logs -- london to los angeles, complaining of lightheadedness. two people fainted. the doctor and medical student volunteered to help, and the pilot returned to england and
they had a hazmat unit that met the aircraft at the airport. the final deadline to sign up for that healthcare coverage, and if you do not enroll in healthcare, you could pay a penalty of $695 or more come tax time. offering free diabetes screening at the office of the community health until 1 pm this afternoon, located on sumter street. the car that traveled through time and back to the future, the delorean motor's plans to make 300 replicas of the stainless steel iconic sports car, not produced since 1982, and the new car will cost about $100,000, on
want you to get more expressive, the social media giant experimenting with six additional emoticons, and they women's basketball team is streak tonight. they will take on ole miss and tipoff is at 7 pm. this is one of two unbeaten women's teams in the nation, ranked number one, and they're just behind connecticut. the countdown is on, 10 days away from the big game. you can see the super bowl right here on wltx on february 7, and you can see more football action as the nfl
let's welcome back. 12:15 pm, and we have seen a little bit of rain so far this afternoon. a gorgeous weekend and lots of sunshine. but we have to get through this rain first. only this morning we had light scattered showers throughout the midlands, and a few hours ago, a break over columbia and parts of lexington. no rain is moving in, and on the doppler radar, a decent pocket of light to moderate showers moving through just in the northeastern macon county, and areas south of lexington, south calgary, gaston, and it continues to move to the northeast. all of us in the midlands have
of rain so far. still quite a bit of rain moving out of georgia, what we can see some clearing. we are not dealing with rain all night, coming to an end shortly. all of us ran the low to mid to upper 40s this morning, 43 in newbury, 47 sumpter, and in the capital city, 47. we hit our high of 50 degrees at 1 am this morning. the winter out of the east at 3 miles an hour. here is that front, and it is beginning to retreat. and behind this, we have cold air, and that moisture, and that is the rain that has been traveling through, but it will come to an end. still light rain moving along i 20 as we get into the rush hour, tapering off. by 8 pm, clearing in the
and grand strand. these are the temperatures for this afternoon, most of us of hit the highs, mid to upper 40s this afternoon. midlands 47 with continued rain in columbia. skies clear and quickly tonight but cold 35. all of us will be dealing with temperatures in the low to mid to upper 30s. as we watch all of this making its way out, a little bit of cloud cover making its way over the appalachian mountains, but no rain. this high pressure will slowly move in, and we will actually warm up. and warm up very nicely. tomorrow 59 with lots of sunshine, so get ready for saturday, 64 and plan accordingly, by sunday, 67 degrees with cloud cover. and we have more, continuing temperatures. monday 69 with increasing clouds coverage.
front coming through, a high of 71, but we could be in for some bumpy weather on wednesday. 68 degrees and warm, and looking at showers and thunderstorms, down the road, but a heads-up. outside of that, get ready to enjoy a glorious weekend, and a great day for running in the morning and the afternoon. still ahead today on news 19 at noon, we will head to the food test kitchen to see what howard
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incredible rise this -- rice dish.>> have you ever eaten something, and you love it, but you could not figure out what was making it so good. today's recipe has a secret ingredient. it will turn this into an extraordinary side dish. while cooking long grain rice like we normally do, sautied in garlic and olive oil just for a few minutes. then we toss in tomatoes chopped. we cooked them until they break up, now add the rice. add
sliced scallions, salt-and- pepper. once this is mixed, add the
we are done. you see, the dressing gives us labor, and it also -- flavor, and it also makes it creamy. your guests will be asking what is in this that makes it so good. go online
and get the recipe for what we are calling "garlic skillet rise. -- rice." and we will see you back your tomorrow for more food that is so good. if you would rather have someone else do the cooking for you, stay tuned for the restaurant report card. we will have the best and the worst, and showcase a new great
tonight on news 19 coming up tonight on news 19, 8 pm is the big bang theory, followed by mom, and in another episode of the big bang theory, and make sure you stay up late for news 19 at 11. coming up today on friends at 5, the toymaker mattel has announced a makeover for the barbie doll, and they have added tall, petite and kirby body types, making a new line of ethnically diverse barbies. there may be a doll that is perfect for your daughter. we will let no -- let you know when you join us today at 5.>> mattel can do it, they can do